About us

My photo
Members & staff of UKIP past & present. Committed to reforming the party by exposing the corruption and dishonesty that lies at its heart, in the hope of making it fit for purpose. Only by removing Nigel Farage and his sycophants on the NEC can we save UKIP from electoral oblivion. SEE: http://juniusonukip.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/a-statement-re-junius.html

Thursday, 25 March 2010

UKIP: More UKIPPERS resign

Andrew Moffat joins the BNP

It is interesting to note that UKIP’s leadership were fully aware that Mr Moffat was a former member of the National Front. Despite this, he was welcomed with open arms and was even allowed to stand as a UKIP parliamentary candidate in Beaconsfield.

Various UKIPPERS are now lining up to denounce him as a racist . So what had prevented them from speaking out before? The words ‘stinking’ and ‘hypocrisy’ quickly spring to mind.

It is amusing to note that various BNP members have suggested that Mr Moffatt left UKIP because he was unhappy being associated with Farage’s far-right allies in the EFD! See: LINK

And what happened to Mark Croucher’s vetting via Searchlight? Was the plump one too busy losing copyright actions in court when Moffat first applied to join UKIP?

Here is a report taken from the Chichester Observer:

VOTE: BNP candidate: Let me deliver for good of town

Is this the most controversial person to seek election as the MP for Bognor Regis?

Andrew Moffat is the town's first British National Party's general election candidate.

The far right party attracts protests for its policies. Its recent Question Time session in Aldwick with prospective parliamentary candidates attracted the first political demonstration in the area for decades.

Outspoken Mr Moffat, 50, said he was prepared for strong challenges from his opponents in the forthcoming campaign in the Bognor Regis and Littlehampton constituency.

But he said he was willing to take on their policies with some blunt talking. "I am giving people the choice they don't have with the other parties," he said. "I am campaigning to halt immigration, deport illegal immigrants and bogus asylum seekers, withdraw from Afghanistan, leave the EU, crack down on crime and restore Christian observance in schools.

"Multiculturalism is being deliberately imposed by Labour and the Liberals and Conservatives to balkanise Britain and erode our cultural heritage, thus facilitating undemocratic EU rule.

"The window is closing. Within 40 years, we shall become a minority in our own ancestral homeland. This is the end game – England is being extinguished."

He wants a referendum about the reinstatement of the death penalty for serious offenders such as terrorists and child killers whose identity has been proved by DNA.

Mr Moffat, who lives near Pulborough, attacked existing Conservative MP Nick Gibb's record on expenses. He listed some of Mr Gibb's tens of thousands of pounds of expenses for his second home for work such as redecoration and repairs and gardening.

"The old political class is loathed," said Mr Moffat. "Bognor Regis and Littlehampton's disgraceful Tory MP has been embroiled in the expenses scandal.MPs are grossly overpaid for failing their country. If elected, I shall donate 50 per cent of my Parliamentary salary to local good causes and challenge the other candidates to do likewise."

Mr Moffat is a veteran of two general election campaigns for UKIP. He first stood in Beaconsfield and then Arundel and South Downs in 2005.

He left because he disagreed with the party's views.

An international foodstuffs trader, he has spent most of his working career in overseas trade and commerce. He is a keen shot and sportsman and plays rugby.

To see the original: LINK

Nick Bennett

In October UKIP’s leadership was crowing after a Tory councillor joined the Party:

Another District councillor Defects to UKIP !

David Hamilton, treasurer of the North Nottinghamshire branch of UKIP, said he was delighted.

Excellent, yet another Tory who can see sense in leaving the EU.

Sadly, his love affair with UKIP East Midlands did not last long. But we can well understand his desire to distance himself from the likes of Derek Clark and Don Ransome.

After all, would you want to be associated with a man under investigation by OLAF? Would you want to have as your Regional Organiser a man who has been convicted of drink driving? Thought not! See: LINK & LINK

From the Mansfield Chad News:

Councillor leaves UKIP just months after joining

Nick Bennett has announced he is leaving UKIP

MANSFIELD district councillor Nick Bennett has decided to leave the UK Independence Party just months after joining, Chad can reveal.

The former Conservative councillor announced last October he was joining UKIP, along with the chairman of Mansfield Conservative Association at the time, Philip Smith.

A statement from UKIP Parliamentary candidate for Mansfield, David Hamilton, says: "It is always sad to lose a member of the party, particularly for personal reasons, and we understand that he now wants to take a back seat."

To view the original: LINK

No comments: